Many who survived Tuesday's earthquake unscathed found their homes and workplaces in ruins.
Dozens of people died in a fire that lasted for five days and destroyed an area the size of 30,000 football pitches.
New York-based artist Greg Haberny's practice is on fire (literally).
Even when playing the latest edition of everyone’s favourite football simulator, we will be confronted by the grim misery of Brexit. You get what you vote for, we suppose.
We spoke to the manager of Toronto's first rage room to see how he helps people harness their appetite for destruction.
On ‘Freakin' Out The Squares’, the Brisbane act do a good job of smashin’ the shit out of stuff.
The new action film London Has Fallen is a stupid, frightening vision of where the capital may as well be headed.
Some pirates have no chill.
Leon de Bruijne might be the most patient vandal you've never met.
Going by these photos, earth was preoccupied with wasted teenagers, Thai monarchs, NZ street gangs, and the faded glory of our own youth.
An installation featuring live parakeets, giant toads and rubble shipped over from the Syrian border takes over Louis B. James gallery.
Just don't make your theme song Limp Bizkit.